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Alien: Isolation Review - The Digital Fix

As Amanda Ripley, daughter of Sigourney Weaver’s iconic heroine, the game opens fifteen years after her mother signed off the Nostromo with that famous closing dialogue. A salvage crew have discovered the flight recorder from the Nostromo and Amanda is sent to retrieve it by everyone’s favourite, not-sinister-at-all company Weyland-Yutani. Upon arrival, wouldn’t you know, the Sevastopol is having a spot of bother; androids killing humans, a rogue AI, systems broken or at breaking point and the general dissolution of humanity. It is into this maelstrom of creepiness that Amanda is thrust, unarmed and – for most of the game – alone.

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